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When can Myotherapy help?

  • For aches, pain or discomfort at rest or on movement (including headaches)

  • Those with sports or occupational induced injuries

  • To increase range of motion and decrease tension around joints

  • To restore muscle balance and improve posture

  • To reduce recovery time and soreness after exercise


Myotherapy is applied in the preventative, corrective and rehabilitative phases of therapy to restore

and maintain the normal integrity of the soft tissues and joint structures within the human body.

Myotherapy combined with other clinical modalities such as exercise therapy restores health and

mobility. A wide range of conditions can be treated from minor muscle pain to post operative

rehabilitation.  Anyone experiencing pain or limited mobility of all ages and walks of life can benefit

from seeing a Myotherapist.


Myotherapy Methods may include a combination of modalities depending on the presenting issue

such as:


Trigger Points are small areas of abnormally contracted muscles leading to tightness and pain.  

Trigger Point Therapy involves the compression of trigger points causing muscle fibres and the

nervous system to relax and release.

Your first treatment will begin with a detailed, thorough examination of your injury/condition and

how it affects you as a whole.  

Appointments may be 30, 45, 60 or 90 minute in duration.

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